I made a post about a week or two ago about TS/SCI eligibility and mentioned that the only reportable issues I had were 2 speeding tickets and an ex-foreign contact.
I met with my investigator on Monday. His clearance allowed him to access the secure facility I work in and he interviewed, me, two of my references (supervisor and a friend of 10 years), and three additional references not listed on my SF-86 (someone I socialize with outside of work, a neighbor, and a co-worker). Fortunately for me and him, all of those people work in the same building I do and they were all willing and available to be interviewed so he was able to knock all that out in one day.
One thing I disclosed during the interview was that I take a low-dose of amitriptyline (37.5 mg) on an as-needed basis. It’s technically an anti-depressant, but I do not have any history of mental health issues. I take it for a mild neuropathy-related issue. I explained all of this to him and provided him info of my prescribing ENT doctor.
I just got a text from my investigator about 10 minutes ago saying he was “finishing up my report”. Like I said, I just met him on Monday. This seems extraordinarily fast. Is this a good thing for me or is it normal to have an investigator provide some sort of preliminary report in this timeframe?